NJCSTM is housed in a striking, state-of-the-art 133,000 sq. ft. educational facility, with teaching and research laboratories, classrooms, a 320 seat auditorium for workshops, lectures, conferences and other major events, and a 630 person atrium for meeting exhibits, break-out and poster sessions, and social education events.
Focus on High Impact Learning Practices
- Honors program
- Small class sizes & cohort-centered learning
- Strong mentoring environment
- Peer-focused tutoring program
- Encourage scholarship, leadership & original research
- Provide continuing professional development throughout career
Our Integrated Curriculum
- Prepares students to be well-rounded scientist-researchers, engineers, medical professionals & scientist-educators
- Incorporates research-based learning experiences
- “Cutting-edge” degree programs aligned with the skill needs and jobs of the future
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of an NJCSTM program, students will:
- Demonstrate a comprehensive mastery of knowledge within their domain.
- Display creativity and critical thinking when solving problems in their field.
- Apply knowledge from multiple problem domains and demonstrate an ability to assimilate knowledge from outside of their domain into their own field.
- Demonstrate an ability to work cooperatively in teams towards a joint objective.
- Apply research methods to the determination of novel problems.
- Show disposition towards further growth and learning.
- Communicate findings of their own research and that of others.
- Display ethical behavior both through daily action and through conscious reflection.
The NJCSTM works closely with the Kean Foundation, the College of Education, school districts throughout the region, as well as state and national entities to provide leadership and deliver programs and resources in science advocacy and engagement, and for the advancement of K-12 science education.